Christoph Etzel M.Sc.

Research Assistant
Software Methodologies for Distributed Systems
Phone: +49 821 598 - 2389
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Room: 3078 (N)
Address: Universitätsstraße 6a, 86159 Augsburg

Short Curriculum Vitae

  • 2012: Bachelor Computer Science and Multimedia, University of Augsburg, Germany
  • 2013: Master Computer Science, University of Augsburg, Germany
  • since October 2013: Research assistant, Distributed Systems Lab, University of Augsburg, Germany

Fields of Research

  • Model-Driven Development of Multicore Systems
  • Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD)
  • Modellbasiertes Systems Engineering (MBSE)

  • Automotive Systems and Software Engineering

Projects

  • ARAMiS II: Development Processes, Tools and Platforms for Safety-Critical Multicore Systems
  • WEMUCS-Project: "Methoden und Werkzeuge zur iterativen Entwicklung und Optimierung von Software für eingebettete Multicore-Systeme" ("methods and tools for the iterative development and optimization of software for embedded multicore systems")

Mentored Theses

  • Methoden für die Qualitätsanalyse von EAST-ADL Systemarchitekturmodellen – Bachelor Thesis    

Publications

Christoph Etzel
2020 | 2019 | 2012

2020

Christoph Etzel and Bernhard Bauer. 2020. Modeling and analysis of partitions on functional architectures using EAST-ADL. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-37873-8_13
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Christoph Etzel, Florian Hofhammer and Bernhard Bauer. 2020. Towards metrics for analyzing system architectures modeled with EAST-ADL. DOI: 10.5220/0009165704410448
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2019

Christoph Etzel and Bernhard Bauer. 2019. Extending EAST-ADL for modeling and analysis of partitions on functional architectures. DOI: 10.5220/0007688301690178
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2012

Matin Hashemi, Mohammad H. Foroozannejad, Soheil Ghiasi and Christoph Etzel. 2012. FORMLESS: scalable utilization of embedded manycores in streaming applications. DOI: 10.1145/2248418.2248429
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Robert Lorenz, Markus Huber, Christoph Etzel and Dan Zecha. 2012. SYNOPS – generation of partial languages and synthesis of Petri nets.
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